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Heather Anderson <Heather -dot- Anderson -at- cubrc -dot- org> says:
> I discovered that my boss hates hates hates Times New Roman with a
> So other than Times New Roman, what are considered acceptable fonts for
> professional document?
[Stephen Arrants] I would ask the boss what he DOES like. Does he have any examples of typefaces he thinks are good? Is it Times Roman or the layout? Get his opinion on other aspects of the document's look. There might be more there than a hate for TR.
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